Anemone x hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’ is August’s plant of the month at suburban-garden.
This tough little plant radiates brightness during the late summer months and into autumn and can rejuvenate any lackluster flower border. Anemones do have a reputation for being invasive however they are perfect for filling large expanses and prefer partial shade, cool conditions preferably in fertile soil. Plus they also do well in containers allowing you to control their spread. Find out more at: suburban-garden.
August into September is a tough time for finding colour in flower borders; what are the plants that are flowering in your garden at the moment?